Originally Posted by lucid
Thanks for the answers.
Based on the conditions, I calculated a 0.961 correction factor.
At 14% loss, that would indicate the following:
361 whp Stock
401 whp Modded
347 whp Stock
385 whp Modded
Either way, you're seeing about 10% gain at the wheels, and you'll feel that.
Finally, do you know what kind of dyno was used? Dynojet?
That makes total sense to me, we are in Mexico City at an altitude of about 2,300 meters above sea level (8,000 feet more or less). I presume this is why there is such a large loss factor, yes? This is also where the car was dynoed. Thanks for the numbers Lucid.